Mitzel Jimenez understands architecture as an act of transformation that builds social well-being. Her approach to design centers user’s needs and the impact of the building on the city’s urban fabric. Before moving to NYC, she worked for architectural firms in Caracas, Venezuela, participating and collaborating in various building types, including office, residential, transportation, education, and culture. She has extensive experience in transit projects and has collaborated on residential and hospitality projects during her without losing sight of the current projects that have been shaping NYC’s urban fabric.
Mitzel holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Universidad Central de Venezuela.